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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 11, 1949
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24 10, 1949 M*ion CUy Globe-Gtielte, Mii»n City, It. F. J. WAGNER —Chairman ROBERT HIRSCH —Co-Chairman O. A. MERKEL —Co-Chairman _ HEAD DIVISION II IN CHEST DRIVE—Pictured above are the heads of one of the divisions in the Mason City Community Chest general solicitation, which opens Oct. 24 with a goal of $84,929 for the services of the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Salvation Army Public Health Nursing association, Family Service, Y. M. C. A., Y. W. C. A., and the USO. The general field of this di-* ~ : vision II in the drive consists of retail establishments. Team members are: Team 11, books, paper, business equipment, leather goods — Captain Roy Edgington, lieutenant, Max Hedrick; team 12, men's clothing - tailors — Captain, Don Adams, lieutenants, W. F. Gildner and Ralph Welter; team 13, coal, building materials, ice—Captain, R. B. Gray, lieutenant, John L. Mackin; team 14, department HOUSE WARMING FROM GREGERSON INSURANCE AGENCl r PHONE 3983 stores (east)—Captain, H. D. Makeever, lieutenant, J. R. Morrow. Team 15, department stores (west)—Captain, Sydney Perry, lieutenant, Dave Posley; team 16, downtown grocers, supermarkets —Captain, Sude Naifeh, lieutenants, Don Grupp arid Ch'ris Thompson; team 17, druggists, florists, landscaping—C a p t a i n, Harlan Julius, lieutenant, E. A. Engler; team 18, furniture, hardware, paint, wallpaper—Captain Roy S. Weber, lieutenants, Cecil Boyer and Lawrence Payne; team 19, jewelers, opticians, gifts— Captain, Dr. M. L. Knutson, lieutenants, Gordon O'Connor and P. F. Peterson; team 20, ready-to- wear, millinery and fur shops— Captain, C. J. Merkel, lieutenant, Florence Morrison. St. Ansgor Youth Takes Course in Newspaper Shop St. Ansgar David T h a c h e r, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thacher, is learning the basic principles of linecasting machine operation and care at the State University of, Iowa newspaper production laboratory at Iowa City. In the 17-week course he will also study the fundamentals of newspaper shop work including advertising layout, shop hand composition and presswork with emphasis on methods used in the country shops. Organ-Violin Concert Draws Large Audience The First Congregational church was Tilled to capacity Sunday afternoon with persons from Mason City and surrounding communities who gathered to listen to the violin-organ concert played by Mrs. J. E. Stinehart, organist, and her sister, Mrs. L. W. Merrill, violinist, assisted by Mrs. B. Raymond Weston, soprano. Refraining from giving applause during the concert, the audience expressed their delight in the program by bursting into extended applause at the conclusion of the concert. Sponsored by the music committee of the church, the following program was given: "Suite Gothique" by Boeilman in 4 parts, "C h o r a 1," "Minuet Gothique," "Priere a Notre-Dame," "Toccata," Mrs. Stinehart; "Romance From 2nd Concerto" by Wieniawski and "Andante Cantabile" by Tschai- kowsky, Mrs. Merrill; "Crucifix" by Faure and "God's Glory in Nature" by Beethoven, Mrs. Weston; "Prelude, Fugue and Variation" by Franck, Mrs. Stinehart; "Kol Nidre" by Bruch, Mrs. Merrill. Among out of town persons in attendance were Mrs. Stinehart's son, James, and family of Fort Dodge; and her daughter, Mrs. Adell Stevens and family of Hanlontown. Following the concert Mr. and Mrs. Merrill, Mrs. Stinehart, the Stevens and James Stinehart families were entertained at dinner at the home of Mrs. Stinehart's other daughter, who lives here, Mrs. Bruce Chilson, 943 9th N. E. The Merrills, who have been visiting at the Stinehart home the past 3 weeks, left Monday for their home in San Gabriel, Cal. Enroute they planned to stop for a short visit in Des Moines at the home of Mr. and Mx-s. Charles Barlow, formerly of Mason City, Auto Does Flipflop, Girl Slightly Hurt Charles City—Barbara Nissen of Rockford narrowly escaped serious injury late Saturday 3 miles east of Rockford when she turned her car into a ditch to avoid hitting a calf which appeared suddenly in the road ahead of her. The car hit a culvert at the entrance to a fieJd, turned end over end and righted itself on all 4 wheels alongside the culvert. The car was almost a complete wreck, but Barbara was able to climb out apparently suffering no more serious injury than a broken blood vessel in one of her legs. Attend Convention Garner — Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Reed, owners and operators of the Shamrock cafe, plan to attend the state restaurant convention at Hotel Savery Tuesday and Wednesday. The Shamrock will be closed on those dates. PATTERSON-JAMES . "ALL WHITE" AIR and AUTO AMBULANCE SERVICE VFW Installs Alia Vista—Officers of the newly organized V. F. W. Auxiliary were installed at special ceremonies in the V. F. W. hall here. Mrs. Eleanor Rigby of Dennison, state president, was in charge and Mrs. Regina Glaza of Waterloo, 3rd district president, was secretary. KIDNEYS MUST REMOVE EXCESS ACIDS Help IS Miles of Kidney Tubes . Flush Out Poisonous Wast* When disorder of kidney function permits poisonous matter to remain in your blood it may cause naffgine backache, rheumatic pains, leg pains, loss of pep and energy get tinp up nights, swelling, puffiness under tha eyes, headaches and dizziness. Frequent oc scanty passages with smarting and burninir sometimes shows there is something vrrong •with your kidneys or bladder. Don't wait! Ask your druggist for Doan's Pills, a stimulant diuretic, used successfully by millions for over 60 years. 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SEE FRIGIDAIRE, AMERICA'S NO. 1 REFRIGERATOR, TODAY Q 0 Down Delivers Any Frigidaire Appliance 24 Months to Pay Balance WOLF sons

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